Nioh: Complete Edition – First patch is now available, fixes various bugs

KOEI Tecmo and Team Ninja have released the first patch for Nioh: Complete Edition. This patch addresses three bugs that found their way on the final build of the game. Unfortunately, though, this patch does not bring any other meaningful improvements to the PC version.

As such, don’t expect any keyboard improvements. The game still does not allow players to remap keys. Moreover, there is still no support for the mouse.

Those interested in experiencing the game with the traditional PC control scheme (mouse+keyboard) will have to follow this guide. Via this workaround, you can force mouse support, and you can remap the keyboard keys.

But anyway, at least this is not another “Nier” game. It will be interesting to see how long Team Ninja will support Nioh: Complete Edition PC, and whether it will add any new features to it.

Steam will auto-download this patch, and you can find its complete changelog below.

Nioh Complete Edition First Patch Release Notes:

  • Fixed a bug in which save data would not be properly saved if your username contained one or more double-byte characters.
  • Fixed a bug in which launcher settings would not be saved if you had not previously launched the game before.
  • Fixed a bug relating to the “Glory Contributed” rankings in clan battles. Rankings will be reset, but your original amount of Glory will be uploaded to the server the next time you acquire Glory.

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